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. >> kimberly: get to greg and then bob bats clean-up. >> greg: the real hero here is me. [ laughter ] i stayed away. it was tough. i feel bad for "the five" viewers waiting for us. i got to stay away. also, it's pakistan, not pakistan. >> sorry. >> greg: he said the summit was unprecedented which he says about everything he does. it's unprecedented. what is precedented? i'm not sure. when he said that thing about it's romney, if all you care about is making a profit, then that is not what this job is about. that's not what being president is about, making a profit. but it should be! because if you could make a profit you could afford the problems that could bankrupt our country. maybe you should think about trying to make a profit. >> kimberly: bob, what do you think? he seems to have hit all the points and he came out of this pretty clean. >> bob: let me try to take it away from the crass political side of this. interesting comments made about -- >> kimberly: jeez. [ laughter ] >> dana: i thought i was fairly even handed. >> bob: i was pointing to eric. [ laughter ] sorry. i was talking about
guilfoyle along with bob beckel, eric bolling, andrea tantaros, and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: president obama has been very busy lately, talking about social issues. taking more than a fair share of credit for killing bin laden. and meanwhile most americans are concerned about the economy. the president made another statement about it today. but there are still 12.5 million people who are unemployed. the national debt $16 trillion. and how about this new poll. nearly two-third of the country now believe the economy is not in good shape. lots of pessimism out there. with millions of americans suffering, the president is talking about the recession as if it's a distant memory. it was a house of cards and collapsed in the most destructive, worst crisis that we've seen since the great depression. sometimes people forget the magnitude of it. you saw some of that in the video that was shown. sometimes i forget. >> kimberly: he seems to have forgotten. >> eric: his memory is full. he's been busy. if i can bring out my whiteboard. sorry. democrat's assault and b
. democrat's assault and battery and bullying. >> bob: you're lucky i didn't bust you for that. >> eric: so busy with marsh million, cloon and rocking with ricky martin, i don't blame him. he has been busy. i can believe he doesn't remember there are 12.5 million people out of work. you are so hostile. why are liberals hostile >> bob: you hit me with it in the head. >> eric: 500,000 women left the workforce since president obama took office. 500,000 fewer jobs at the same time. every lost job in three years has been a woman's job. on this mother's day maybe it would be good to spur work. >> eric: give momma -- >> kimberly: give mama a job. >> bob: >> the slide show. being julia. he will be the sugar daddy and take care of the helpless women who can't do it on their own. we get got checks all our liv lives. julia gets pregnant out of wedlock and then retires to work in a vegetable garden. my personal dream is be in a vegetable garden. women under obama sounds like a good strategy. >> bob: as usual if that's the best you can do. it's weak. >> kimberly: it didn't. greg hasn't talked yet. >> bo
are as wrongdoing this as you are about obama's debt. we have a lot to talk about. >> eric: let's get going. >> bob: people are waiting. the show is on. let's go! c'mon! now look, i got the numbers. i got the numbers straight. you're wrong. we'll get in here and talk to everybody about it. all right? bolling finally showed up everybody. >> eric: there is no way we're wrong about it. >> andrea: well, well, well. >> eric: no way we're wrong about this. >> kimberly: we're never wrong. >> bob: apologize to everybody because bolling was late. but we'll talk today about barack obama's numbers. the right numbers. we'll start with mr. obama said last night. about mitt romney. >> i know governor romney came to des moines. last week. worry about prairie fire of debt. he left out facts. it was more like a distortion. republicans run up the tab. and then we're sitting there. and they are left the restaurant. then they point why did you order all of those steaks? martinis and -- what he did not also tell you was after inheriting $1 trillion deficit, i signed $2 trillion of spending cuts in to law. >> bob: well,
." welcome to the memorial day special. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, andrea tantaros and greg gutfeld. we hope you have all been enjoying the holiday weekend. it's a time with many of us get together with our family and friends for the unofficial kickoff to summer. today is a day tribute to men and women fighting for the country. to those sevened and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. we all enjoy the long weekend. but do we spend enough time thinking about those who sacrifice for our freedom >> kimberly: we make our plans and think about ourselves what we'll do over the weekend. the plans. but instead think about the people that have served honorably that have given their lives for us. the families especially as well. the sacrifice they made in terms of the loved ones serving overseas. important time of reflection. >> eric: what about it, greg? >> greg: it's important. the people who serve the country. but what about the people who make me look good? sergeant in the army, brian dempsey, was a sergeant who runs the teleprompter for "the
, you should do it. >> eric: great idea. andrea, bob? >> andrea: memorial day is my favorite holiday. not because it's the kickoff to summer, it's important but to honor troops. all the patriotic holidays. veterans day, another day off and it is but there is more than that. thank a veteran. >> eric: greg said last week if you see a veteran or in uniform, buy them a beer, buy them lunch. >> greg: make sure he is really in the army. not going to a weird party. >> andrea: army fatigue. i have seen greg walk around the city pretending to be a seasonal. freddie that is only during the parade. >> andrea: i bought you too many words and found out you weren't in the navy. >> greg: i know the words to it. >> bob: the liberal here is the only one wearing red, white and blue. greg is wearingpick. >> greg: there this is salmon. >> andrea: bob. red on the nail. white. kimberly is in blue. >> kimberly: there you go. >> eric: i was a kid, memorial day closed down. we all went to the parade. now they use memorial day to sell a lot of stuff. particularly car dealerships. anybody who buys a car on mem
tantaros, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: the "washington post" drops a hit piece on mitt romney to make it seem like he doesn't like gay people. details on that momentarily. but it's sure interesting that it happened a day after president obama said this. >> for me personally, it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that i think that same-sex couples should be able to get married. >> eric: so he was against it. before he was for it. then he evolved and finally i guess he just came out. in reality, he flip-flopped. the president is going to be the host of tinseltown tonight when he shows up for $15,000 fundraiser. george clooney gets it started with a hollywood bash like none other. clooney, streisand and star-studded list including spiderman and ironman and maybe, just maybe, fingers crossed, even oprah, ellen and leo dicaprio that is. this monday, fundraiser 140, give or take a few, flown by the flamboyant sing ericy martin. so the president living la vida loca lately. >> andrea: who needs a red car
.c.. >> kimberly: hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, andrea tantaros and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: so a lot of people think the democrats and the liberals are the people who care about the little guy. is that true? not necessarily. if you look at our education system. especially in urban areas. every parent wants their kid to go to best school possible, right? including private school and charter schools. but the fact is democrats including the president won't let them, because they owe political favors to unions. now romney highlighted that fact on fox and friends just this morning. >> he talks like he's for the underprivileged but when it comes from the money from the teachers union he is putting the campaign cash ahead of the needs of our kids. and we have to recognize it's time to put kids first, to get education on track, by giving people greater choice in schools, by making sure we reward the best teacher with great career and rising income. we know what to do to take the kids better. one more is di
.a. tonight to hang out with clooney and the stars. barbra streisand, bob. does he get along with the 1% >> eric: you hung out with george clooney the other night. >> eric: i did. >> bob: wanted to get your picture with him, so did andrea. i don't know what you're talking about. >> dana: he didn't have to write a check. >> bob: that is a good chunk of dough. a lot of people bid to get one seat that they don't pay $40,000 to get in. fact of the matter democrats raised money for from hollywood for a long time. republicans raised money from oil companies for a long time. what is the big deal? >> eric: is the big deal that president obama came out in support of gay marriage. all of a sudden the number they were supposed to raise is $12 million. now it's north of $15 million. >> dana: possibly. a big day for a lot of people. it meant a lot to them. i don't think you can take away from that. the fundraising thing is proof in the pudding. you can draw a direct parallel. this could get attention. if you fast forward five-and-a-half months from now, this hollywood stuff doesn't matter in the fiv
it my way as he takes your wallet. bob? >> bob: yes. >> greg: you work in politics, or so you have told us. i have no proof of this. isn't everything fair game? >> greg: yes, we do. >> bob: don't say it. don't say it. >> greg: isn't everything fair game? >> bob: sure. except for your family. that ought to be, you know, something that should not be brought up in a campaign unless you're wife's a serial killer or something like that. but look, so far, i think they have been pretty good. ann romney took a bit of a hit, i thought was unfair. michele bachmann -- "michele bachmann." can i think about that word. anyway, michelle obama has had very good press, as far as i can tell. so, first ladies and the wives of potential first ladies seem to get a pretty good pass. and unlike you, who would be vilified every possible way he could, because you don't speak english. >> greg: and also, i deserve it. eric, who decides, though. who decides what's fair game? >> eric: well, it depends who is president. if you have a democrat in office, the media, main stream media decides. we try and do the balanci
tails than tuxedo. bob beckel. pop flies to market, eric bolling. america's sprinkle doughnut. dana perino. 5:00 a.m. in new york city. 3:00 a.m. in bill hemmer's slave pit. this show is packed tighter than a pregnant pole vaulter. so let's do this, america. ♪ ♪ >> greg: all right. so we keep hearing about what is fair game when it comes to criticizing candidates. i never notice a trend. never mind then compromise. when media went after mormonism, conservatives respond with reverend right. never mind then. when they brought up something from romney's past 50 years ago, conservative just read obama's book out loud. never mind then. it's a pattern. the issue becomes off-limits if it bounces back on obama. trust me when private equity become's obama's problem, bain will disappear faster than dana in a strong wind. fair game is dictated by the media. think about what they deem off the table. take the support for ows or how he snubs congress mooning mg about the lack of cooperation. so that's the biggest ruse of all. compromise. you will hear that word a lot from those disguiseed as
." >> it's a way of life you may find shocking, but not everyone does. >> that he was mast ere bob. >> master bob also had a wife, a now dead wife. >> they saw a woman's body and everything changed. >> did one man's walk on the wild side lead to murder? did you murder your wife? >> absolutely not. >> so who did? >> he killed my wife and now he's trying to blame it on me. >> who was keeping secrets in the suburbs? >> welcome, everyone. i'm lester holt. this may be one of the most unusual stories we've ever had here on"dateline" it starts in one of the most wealthiest and most conventional suburbs in the country, but open the right door or is it the wrong door, and you'll discover a whole other wild and very unconventional side of this famous american suburb, and something else -- murder. here's dennis murphy. ♪ >> most american cities have a neighborhood where the houses are bigger, the money a little older. in detroit, it's grosse point. >> it is the place that everybody wants to live, the homes are beautiful, the lawns are manicured. everybody appears to live
. th >> dana: hello. i'm dana perino with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling, and the fabulous brian kilmeade. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: hope you had a wonderful memorial day weekend. tonight is the night mitt romney is expected to clinch the g.o.p. nomination to officially make him president obama's primary in november. today's primary in texas offer sas 2 delegate and he is 58 shy of the 1144 needed to become the nominee. romney isn't in texas. he is in sin city with donald trump. president obama's campaign is trying to make romney pay for his association with the donald. >> in an interview with the daily beast's lloyd grove, donald trump would not back down. said he was born in kenya, raised in indonesia. >> why is romney throwing the party with donald trump to raise money? >> i can't speak for donnel trump. as i said, mitt romney has made it clear this is not an issue for him. >> dana: brian, you first, as the guest today. are you surprised that romney is finally going to get the nomination? >> brian: no. but take deep breath but what
a nice guy. you're going down, bro. >> bob: my man! charles barker, telling like it is about november. i'm bob beckel with kimberly guilfoyle, eric bolling, dana perino, well, if you can believe it, the bow tied greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> bob: the greatest economic president since roosevelt opened his campaign in front of rapturous crowds. at the same time, the campaign released new comer initial nine battleground state to announce the amazing record of economic achievement and foreign policy success there. our auto industry is back, firing on all cylinders. our greatest menny brought to justice by our greatest hero. our troops are home from iraq. instead of losing jobs, we creating them. over 4.2 million so far. >> bob: meanwhile, the campaign of the pretenders to the throne romney almost releass most video. silence, where he has been on moth issues. >> i'm not seeing sunshine in here. >> transportation warehouse is where we lost the jobs. >> terrible number. >> job creation numbers fall for the third straight month. >> it's not how we're do
maher? >> bob: no. i'm not sure that he is reflective of american because we don't have four cars and elevators in our garage. >> brian: we want it. >> bob: but we predicted romney early on, on the show. a lot of reasons for that. one, running before is a big advantage. he learned from that run. he had a weak field against him. despite they were nasty toward him, he handled it well. he didn't lose step. he did well in the debates and he learned a lot about the debates. on top of that, he had a message on jobs that fit in the environment he is in. romney was the right choice for the republicans at the right time, right place with experience. now he is up against a pro, not against the ron paul and gingrich and other folks. what you said about romney he is engaging right away. he doesn't let obama get away with saying anything. obama does the same with him. i will be a slugfest. >> dana: talk about donald trump for another second. he's a lightning rod for attention. george will, columnist, had something to say about him that is being batted around. listen to that. >> the cost of app
? demand it. we give him the business. >> eric: hello. i'm eric bolling with tom tancredo, bob beckel, darren darren and -- i'm eric bolling with andrea tantaros, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ ask persons what the single most important issue the election is, jobs. j-o-b-s jobs. democrats and republicans have different ideas for getting america back to work. president obama prefers a socialist style of government. spend more, tax more, redistribute more. hope it works out. we conservatives have a different way of dealing with things. it's called tough love. listen to hannity. >> you're 29 years old. stop wasting your time. novel concept. get up at 6:00, shuffle coffee down your throat, get to work, stop complaining and get your [bleep] out of bed like everybody else in america and get to work. >> give me a jobbism i'll go to work. >> eric: listen to maine's governor for straight talk for lazy, whiny free loaders. >> compassion and commitment to the children. to all of your able-bodied people up there, -- >> good for you.
, everybody. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, and greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: well, a risky move by president obama. he wants to talk about jobs. not the jobs he vaporized since taking office but instead going after mitt romney's tin your at bain capital. >> bain capital walked away with a lot of money. we view romney as a job destroyer. to get up on national tv and brag about making jobs when he has destroyed thousands of people's careers, lifetimes, destroyed people. >> he is running for president. if he is going to run the country the way he ran our business, i wouldn't want him there. he is so out of touch with the average person in this country. how could you care? how could you care for the average working person if you feel that way? >> eric: boy. with that, president obama declared the season on negative attack ads open for business. what if it's smart for president obama to bring the focus of jobs back in the fray. after all, he is the guy that lost the most jobs under his watch since jimmy cart
tonight. >> eric: hello, i'm eric bolling, with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: we love our icons, heroes, buy stuff they endorse to be like them and we even try to look like them. kardashians, ryan seacrest, the donald, bromwich, kobe, all american brands and all rich because we made them rich. take this week big news makers and money makers. zuckerberg, dimon and downey junior. >> for the first time ever in a single day, we have half a billion people use facebook. half a billion people. [ applause ] >> we have the widest and deepest capital in the world. >> no offense, i don't play well the others. >> who are you? >> billionaire playboy philanthropist. >> start us off with zuckerberg. $16 million. more power to you. 900 million people on facebook. >> greg: he makes something that everybody uses. he makes toilet paper for the ego. imagine if you own the right to toilet paper, you'd be worth trillion dollars. it makes sense, so many people use it. look at accruing wealth the way you look at profess
, creation, versus taxation. regulation. >> bob: i think you have to give him credit. i'd get someone else to be a spokesman but it's a genius idea and it works. i still don't understand the toilet paper. >> dana: scott or charmin. >> greg: yeah, my space is sandpaper. >> eric: let's talk about the other guys to make billion on facebook ipo. going to declare himself no longer citizen of the u.s. and move overseas. >> dana: he wasn't subtle about that. but he'll save $67 million. that is human nature. he earned it. if he wants to live in singapore, they don't allow gum chewing, or have spit on the street. sounds like a great place to be. >> bob: we are talking about a dude going to singapore. he is a traitor. >> greg: what? >> bob: a traitor. anybody who gives up their citizenship, dodge taxes in this country is a traitor. been a them from every business in the united states. >> greg: are the beatles traitors? rolling stones traitors? >> bob: what does vit to do with anything? >> greg: they left their country to avoid taxes. >> bob: i'm talking about united states of america. >> greg: so yo
, andrea tantaros, bob beckel, eric bolling and greg gutfeld. on this anniversary, andrea, of usama bin laden meeting his maker after president obama made a decision that the seals went in and finished the deal, where were you when you first heard the news? >> andrea: i was in new york city. what a place to be when you hear the news. so many people in my neighborhood that i didn't know were telling stories when you heard the news, or walked out to get a coffee, my gosh, i had a friend that died in the towers. the sense of excitement, relief, piece for the victims, a moment that you look around in a city that you are storming past each other all day long, angrily. everyone felt united. it was a really good feeling. >> dana: good moment. bob, do you remember where you were? can you say? >> bob: i was on a date. we were watching a movie. it was not on the tv movie. so after that -- >> bob: was it a movie you filmed yourself? >> dana: goodness. >> bob: no. those have all been destroyed. but i did turn on the news. there it was. i was ecstatic. something we went up, report for a long time. h
guilfoyle with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino and andrea tantaros. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: we begin with planned parenthood new push to slay the 2012 election. just as new video surfaces from inside one of the clinics. the pro-abortion group political arm endorsed president obama today and pointed out this ad as part of a campaign to brand mitt romney as being antiwoman. >> do i believe the supreme court should overturn roe v. wade? yes. >> he is saying the right to make medical condition. if the campaign can't support equal pay protection. romney is putting your paycheck at risk. planned parenthood is responsible for content and the advertising, because mitt romney is out of touch and wrong for within. >> kimberly: take a look at this video, shot by pro-life live action at planned parenthood clinic showing a counselor advising a woman on gender selective abortion. terminating the pregnancy if it's a girl and not a boy. >> do you want to terminate it if it's a girl. >> kimberly: what a surprised. planned parenthood fired this partic
on the government to get our lunch by china everyone else. >> bob: the governor of maine, chris christie and i could use weight watchers. i sit around the table for almost a year and all you complain about is the obama administration no, jobs created. now you are saying why doesn't everybody go to work? if it's job, they go to work. >> eric: there are always jobs but there are just fewer jobs now. >> bob: then why, if there are jobs, and people really, most of them do want to work. i don't people want to stay on the couch. >> greg: most people do want to work but you can't tell people to get a job if it's not there. bob has a point. there is dignity in any kind of work and you have to willing to make choices that you wouldn't normally make, like moving to another city or taking a job that was ideal. that guy on hannity, we're milking to death is not representative of that generation. he represents emasculated beta bail with poorly poor facial hair. protester and example of a tool that wants to be paid for being him. you shouldn't smear an entire generation of people who look for work -- >> eric: sta
with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, eric bolling, the monster greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> dana: all right. big news today. but we're going to analyze it a little bit. here is the reason this is considered news. let's listen to what president obama said in 2008 when he was running for president. >> define marriage. >> i believe that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. now for me, as a christian -- [ applause ] for me as a christian it's also a sacred union. god is in the mix. >> dana: last sunday, vice president biden was on the sunday shows and he said he personally believed in gay marriage. there was a kerfufle from the white house saying there is no difference. three days later we actually had one of our very own co-hosts, bob beckel, had this to say yesterday. he predicted something that happened today. >> bob: i think the politics of it are very good, frankly, for obama in targeted states. now where he is comes down on it, i'm not sure. in the end he'll be for it. >> dana: so bob, you had that right. to me, i think president o
. let's start with the politics. bob, does it help or hurt president obama to be associated with a group like this to get their endorsement? >> bob: are we sure we don't have any more of the undercover ad? >> kimberly: fresh out. >> bob: absolutely it does. put planned parenthood in context here. only 3% of the activity is abortion. most of the activity has to do with a cervical cancer detection and breast cancer. there are millions of women who are alive because of planned parenthood. a number of children in prenatal care, the first weeks of life, have been healthy because of planned parenthood. it spends 3%, no federal money goes for abortion. all this stuff, mitt romney says these thanks and he is digging deeper because people cervical and breast cancer are important and that's what they do mostly. >> kimberly: again, you raised eyebrows at this table but eyebrows across america. >> bob: why? kilwe'll get everybody's take. eric. >> eric: i don't know how in the world you can say taxpayer money didn't go to abortions when a big part of what planned parenthood does is abortion. >> bob:
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